Hull City Council has set out an ambition to become carbon neutral by 2030​.

Answer these questions to help shape Hull’s climate change strategy

Hull residents are being asked to help shape the city’s strategy on environment and climate change.

The latest People’s Panel Vox Pop survey from Hull City Council is now live.

The survey, developed in partnership with the University of Hull’s Cresting project, asks about the circular economy – which means to maximise the use made of resources and minimise waste generation.

Circular economy policies are designed to increase resource efficiency and decrease carbon dependency.

The survey asks opinions on:

  • Sharing, repurposing, reusing and repairing
  • Buying second-hand
  • Leasing and hiring instead of owning
  • Having or learning the skills to repair or repurpose things

The results will be used to inform Hull City Council’s Environment and Climate Change Strategy.

Complete the latest People’s Panel Vox Pop survey here.

This survey closes on Wednesday 4 September.

And join the People’s Panel here.

Queens Dock, pictured Handbook to Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, published in 1922. Inset, Dr Robb Robinson.